Jacksonville Jaguars: Top 10 Quarterbacks in franchise history

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Aug 23, 2015; Nashville, TN, USA; St. Louis Rams helmet lays on the sideline during the second half against the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium. Titans won 27-14. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

Number 8. Jamie Martin

You might remember a guy named Jamie Martin leading the St. Louis Rams to 4 wins in 2005 (you probably don’t), but the Weber State product had a short stint with the Jaguars early in his career.

After being let go by the Rams and Redskins, Martin signed with the Jaguars as a backup. He played sparingly with only one start to his credit (a 13-16 loss to the Titans that he didn’t finish due to an ACL injury), but he compiled some decent statistics over the course of two years.

Martin finished with a 62.8 completion percentage to go along with 4 touchdowns and only 1 interception. Martin looked OK in limited action in 2000, but the Jaguars decided to move on.

Martin did have a minor career resurrection in St. Louis, but I’m sure he considers himself a Jaguar at heart. Probably.

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